Everyone's talking on TV talk shows, and this week it's been all about the new comedy "This is 40!"
The hilarious Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Albert Brooks, Megan Fox, Chris O'Dowd and Jason Segel star in Judd Apatow's latest movie, which is the "sort-of-sequel" to the 2007 comedy "Knocked Up."
Paul says on "Live with Kelly and Michael" that adults will be able to relate to "This is 40."
“The movie tries to tackle some real issues that I think people, who are married with kids and are dealing with parents, are going through, and hopefully it's done in a funny but realistic way,” said Rudd.
The director is married to star Leslie Mann in real life and his two kids also appear in the movie. He went on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" prepared to sway anyone thinking of seeing the movie musical "Les Miserables" to see his movie instead.
Finally, Chris O'Dowd from "Bridesmaids" and his wonderful Irish accent are back. He revealed on "Conan" his fear about shooting scenes with the gorgeous Megan Fox.
“I was worried more than anything that my masculinity would overpower the scene,” said O’Dowd. “I didn't want her or the crew to be afraid.”
"This is 40" is in theaters Friday.